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. caylee accidentally drown and casey and her father george covered it up. >> the defense made a big promise in opening statement, saying that it's going to have to deliver on. and now they're going to have to prove an accident. if they can't, the jury is going to punish them for having made that promise. >> on june 16th, the third anniversary of the day that caylee anthony was last seen alive, the defense begins its case. >> in 2008 -- >> its first order of business, attacking the holes in the state forensic's evidence, namely what wasn't found. no blood or dna in the trunk of casey's car. >> there was no profile generated from those items. >> no chloroform found in the anthony home. >> did you find any containers that at one time or another contained chloroform? >> no, not at all. >> and the only dna found on the duct tape that the prosecution claims covered caylee's nose and mouth comes from an fbi analyst who handled it. >> did you later find out that the profile was yours. >> i did and it was. >> i think they've come to expect that it's going to be there. and they would say, see
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